- This eye-catching necklace feature a Picture Rock accented by a Garnet on a handwoven fine silver chain. The red and grey Picture Rock was mined in Death Valley, California, and looks as if it were painted by an artist...but it was only painted by Mother Nature! This captivating Picture Rock was cut by a lapidary artist in Massachusetts, and the impressive pattern on this stone is completely natural. The rich, deep reds of the Picture Rock are complemented by a naturally shaped garnet crystal that hangs below. Mined in Roxbury, New Hampshire, the garnet has its natural crystalline shape; the angles and color of the crystal have not been altered in any way during the jewelry-making process. This necklace truly showcases the remarkable and mysterious wonders of nature!
The pendant also comes with a beautiful handwoven removable 18" recycled fine silver chain. I made this chain by shaping and fusing each individual link using a 5000 year old jewelry-making technique. The chain is strong, yet feels light and soft to the touch, and can also be worn alone or with other pendants.
The pendant measures 2.25" from the top of the bail to the bottom of the garnet, and just over 1.25" at its widest part. With approximately a 6mm opening, the bail is large enough to accommodate most handwoven or machine-made chains. The back of the pendant is stamped with the Beryllina hummingbird logo and "925" (to denote sterling silver). 16" handwoven chain including handmade clasp.
Handmade in Concord, MA. FREE SHIPPING within the USA.
- Picture Rock (mined in Death Valley, California, cut by a lapidary artist in Massachusetts)
- garnet (mined in Roxbury, New Hampshire)
- recycled sterling silver
- recycled fine silver
- Ready to ship this one-of-a-kind necklace to you immediately! The display stone in the photos is not included.
All gems and minerals in Beryllina jewelry are untreated, responsibly-sourced, and mined in the US. All precious metals are 100% recycled; all raw silver, gold, and platinum is sourced from a certified recycled refinery in Virginia.